Eurocorps


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Related to Eurocorps: Otan, Eurofor
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Eurocorps

n (Mil) → Eurokorps nt
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The consultation is to design, animation and coordination of trainings and seminars in connection with the Eurocorps Solidarity and European voluntary service.
There are several joint military formations operating under the auspices of the EU, including Eurocorps, formed by a Franco-German brigade, and a number of smaller battlegroups formed by specific countries across the continent.
This was evident when Macierewicz, springing his latest surprise, moved to limit Poland's role in Eurocorps --an integrated military unit built around a core Franco-German brigade.
This was evident when Macierewicz, springing his latest surprise, moved to limit Poland's role in Eurocorps -- an integrated military unit built around a core Franco-German brigade.
As for "security," Europe also has a fledgling law-enforcement agency known as Europol and a 60,000-strong military "rapid reaction force" dubbed Eurocorps.
Eurocorps was established by France and Germany in 1992, and has since welcomed three other framework nations (Belgium, Spain, Luxembourg).
In fact, Eurocorps receives most of its infantry from France while most of the armour is supplied by Germany.
The mechanized Franco-German Brigade was formed in 1987 as part of the Western European Union's Eurocorps.
Lo mas proximo a eso que ha conseguido llegar fue la formacion de Eurocorps, fuerza compuesta por los ejercitos de Belgica, Francia, Alemania, Luxemburgo y Espana y apenas subordinada a esos paises.
France provides some education to Eurocorps and partly supports its training.
Si es verdad, que las fuerzas francesas tiene claros sus compromisos, mismos que les permite rechazar algunas misiones; es necesario que se aclare si van dentro del marco de las misiones del Eurocorps, ya presentes en Kaboul desde 2004, o como pais aliado de los americanos, ya que eso cambia su situacion politica internacional.